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Bradford Council Museums and Art galleries

Bradford District is home to some of the most exciting museums and galleries in Yorkshire. From the Baroque splendour of Cartwright Hall Art Gallery to the spectacular building of Keighley's Cliffe Castle Museum, there is always something new to do or see, and admission is free!

Specialist museums like Bradford Industrial Museum and Keighley's Cliffe Castle Museum bring our District's history and heritage to life through ever-changing displays.

Our Learning Team run regular workshops and special events with schools and other groups, and will be delighted to help you make the most of your visit.

Many of the museums, galleries and community halls have rooms for hire for meetings and special events. Whether you are planning a visit for yourself or a group, pursuing academic research or looking for a unusual venue for your event, you'll find all the information you need at the Bradford Museums & Galleries website.

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